Inspired early learning

Cheltenham campus

Address: 15 Herald St, Cheltenham VIC 3192

Hours: 7:15am - 6:15pm, Monday to Friday

Together with architects 4d Architecture & Design and Elsie+Betty we have been able to create inspired and exciting play and learning spaces built specifically for the development of nursery, toddler and preschool children.

Convieniently located adjacent to Cheltenham East Primary School. We have ample parking for easy drop off and pick up. Easy access to public transport along Centre Road Cheltenham. Cheltenham Train Station is a 20 minute 1.7km walk.

Highlights of this campus include;

  • Innovative and modern design with extensive use of natural wood and glass windows.
  • Set amongst beautiful mature trees
  • Dedicated age appropriate outdoor play scapes with a handcraftedcubby house, river bed and sandpit drenched in morning and afternoon sunlight
  • Dedicated early learning spaces for children of each age group
  • An open plan kitchen and alfresco dining area
  • Dedicated music and art facilities
  • Safe and quiet private Nursery with sleeping cot rooms, cot linen, nappies, bottles and formula
  • Dedicated Kindergarten environment led by a tertiary qualified Teacher
  • Oac Education curriculum – Oac Grow with a dedicated school readiness program led by a tertiary qualified teacher
  • Oac Grow includes music, language, drama, sustainability and active programs
  • In- house Allied Health Team

Download our Cheltenham campus brochure here

Please make an enquiry here or call the Customer Relations team on 03 8529 5000.

Our Campus Director, Veronica

I truly believe in the OAC Philosophy statement that it takes a village to raise a child, it is important for families, children and educators to work together to provide all children with high quality education. It is important for all families and children to feel safe and secure in the campus environment.

As a campus director I am passionate about children's education and believe that the first five years of a children life are the most important. All children have a voice and as educators it is our role to listen to the child and help challenge and extend their thought and ideas. Children are naturally curious and want to learn as educations it is our role to provide an environment that cultivates this learning.

We should always have high expectations of children and in turn of ourselves as educator. As professional in the early childhood industry it's important to always learn and develop as professional this comes through both professional development and team reflection.

If you are looking for a nurturing and educational environment for your child please book in for a tour, I look forward to meeting you.

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